MORE behind-the-scenes pictures of George Clooney's The Boys In The Boat being filmed at Cotswold Water Park have been revealed. 

Last week local resident Felicity Cobb managed to get some great snaps of a large crowd of extras dressed in 1930s clothing in a boathouse when she was walking around Cleveland Lakes in Ashton Keynes. 

She returned on Monday this week and managed to get some more shots - this time of a boat race in action. 

The film, based on the 2013 non-fiction novel written by Daniel James, is based on the underdog story of the 1930s University of Washington men's rowing team, who astonished the world by winning gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. 

The set at Cleveland Lakes appears to be for scenes set in the Olympics themselves as the crowd pics show people waving flags with swastikas on. So the new pics show the filming of the actual rowing races taking place during the sporting competition.

Sadly, for those hoping to get a glimpse of the Hollywood heartthrob in action, the famous actor-turned-director does not appear to have been on set for this particular bout of filming. 

But Clooney, who lives in Berkshire, has been spotted during the course of filming in the last few months. Ashton Keynes locals reported on social media that he was having lunch there and in May he was snapped on set at the Molesey Boat Club on the River Thames.  

Filming officially kicked off at the beginning of March at Stage Fifty's new Winnerish Film Studios in Berkshire, according to Kemps Film TV Video, with it being the major production to be filmed there. 

It was announced that the megastar was directing the film in March 2020, with Clooney also producing it alongside Grant Heslov, with Mark L. Smith writing the script.

Clooney and Grant Heslov are producing for Smoke House, with Spyglass executive producing.

Callum Turner stars as Joe Rantz, who was cast aside by his family at an early age, abandoned and left to fend for himself in the woods of Washington State, turns to rowing and participates in rowing at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Men's eight.

The rest of the cast includes Chris Diamantopoulos as Royal Brougham, a sports journalist along with Joel Edgerton, Jack Mulhern, Sam Strike, Luke Slattery, Thomas Elms, Tom Varey, Bruce Herbelin-Earle, Wil Coban, James Wolk, Hadley Robinson and Courtney Henggeler.